MTNL Enhances ‘Per Second’ 3G Plan Portfolio in Mumbai

By January 5th, 2011 AT 11:12 AM

India’s first 3G Mobile Service operator Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) made some changes in its  “Per Second Plan” portfolio  by launching Bucket of First Recharge Coupons (FRCs) with Life Time Validity; catering to its prospective prepaid 3G (Trump) Mobile customers in Mumbai telecom circle .

Keeping its stride to provide Better Tariff plans for its 2G and 3G GSM Mobile subscribers in Mumbai, MTNL introduced FRC 145 & FRC 301 with SIM-10.

With these new prepaid FRCs, subscriber can make Local/STD Voice and Video calls to MTNL Mumbai and Delhi network(Mobile and Land line) at just Half Paisa per second.While Local/STD Voice and Video calls to any other network across India will be charged at 1 paisa per second.

Local SMS will be charged at 25p while National and International SMS will cost Rs. 1 and Rs. 2.50 respectively. 3G Mobile Broadband Access charges will be 1p/10 KB for Home and Roam usage.

First Recharge Coupon 145First Recharge Coupon 301
Talk Time (core balance)Rs.160Rs.350
Local and STD Call Rates for Voice/Video calls:
To MTNL Mumbai and Delhi1p / 2 Seconds
To All Other Network1p / Second
SMS ChargesLocal 25p, National Rs.1, International Rs.2.50
3G Data Charges1p / 10KB

Apart from the above new FRCs, MTNL also has FRC of Rs 91 (Trump-91) and RCV 45 for per second tariff . For Lifetime account validity, recharge of Rs. 100 once in six months necessary. For more details Dial 1503 (Toll Free) or 9869012345.

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